Summary: i have played banjo kazooie and tooie and loved them, but when i got this i was disappointed. rare turned it into a racing game, collecting jinjos was complicated, you had to do something for them. the world looked like they took a day to build. but the graphics and sound are good. but this horrible times 10 compared to the other 2.
Summary: Nuts and Bolts is a good game. Now, it has its fun, but often repeats in style. Banjo was a great platformer game back in the days of N64, and RARE did a good job bringing him over on 360. It is as classy as the old, but definitely shows potential that is not quite hitting the spot. The car building and mechanics are certainly fun and will keep a avid artist playing, the game is somewhat marketed for kids and that is a hard sell due to how in-depth the building is.
Banjo-Kazooie Nuts and Bolts is a great game to challenge your imagination and have fun doing it!!
Josh Waldrup, Amazon
3 September 2013
Summary: This game was an interesting switch from the previous banjo-kazooie games, and was not disappointing! The vehicle element was fun, as well as the ability to craft any vehicle to complete a challenge. I believe that the older games can not be outdone, but this is definitely worth the time to learn and play.
Summary: In this game you play as our favorite bear and bird duo; running around "Showdown Town" to jump into other worlds and fight bosses, defeat obstacles, and win races. You have to obtain special parts to construct nifty vehicles for the purpose of completing these tasks. This game is very fun for single player experiences, but the multiplayer is very simple and not very enjoyable. Really, it's a great game to have in your collection.
Summary: When I first heard that this game had come out for the X-Box 360, I was excited. I didn't have a 360 at the time, and I wanted to keep my reputation of owning all the B-K games *which are all on their original systems* I worked on my chores all summer - until I finally saved up $110 to buy the 2010 Spring Package X-Box 360 Arcade - which came with Nuts and Bolts, and Viva Pinata.
Summary: a game that was suppose to be released a long time ago is finally here but with mix review. new elements of this game is pretty much building up a new vehicle that can either be driven, sail or even fly that is by of course following the rules of the challenges and still the platforming feel is still intact (a little honestly since majority of your time will be building up new vehicles for your next challenge).